Slide1 l.jpg
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 18

An Overview of Kansas’ Registered Apprenticeship System PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 54 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

The Registered Apprenticeship Advantage. An Overview of Kansas’ Registered Apprenticeship System. REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP. What is Registered Apprenticeship Registered Apprenticeship in Kansas How does Registered Apprenticeship work Registered Apprenticeship by the numbers

Download Presentation

An Overview of Kansas’ Registered Apprenticeship System

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Slide1 l.jpg

The

Registered Apprenticeship

Advantage

An Overview of Kansas’

Registered Apprenticeship System


Slide2 l.jpg

REGISTERED

APPRENTICESHIP

What is Registered Apprenticeship

Registered Apprenticeship in Kansas

How does Registered Apprenticeship work

Registered Apprenticeship by the numbers

Benefits of Registered Apprenticeship for employers

Opportunities to pursue with partners …


Slide3 l.jpg

REGISTERED

APPRENTICESHIP

Business driven

Increases productivity

Reduces training costs

Increases employee loyalty

Reduces employee turnover

Reduces employee absenteeism


Slide4 l.jpg

WHAT IS

REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP?

Employment

Related Technical Instruction

&

Registered Apprenticeship includes two components:


What is registered apprenticeship l.jpg

WHAT IS REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP?

  • Employer or industry-sponsored occupational training

  • Paid on-the-job training supervised by mentor/skilled worker

  • Related technical instruction

  • Reviewed, approved and monitored by the Kansas Apprenticeship Council

  • Graduates receive a state-issued, nationally-recognized portable credential


Registered apprenticeship is l.jpg

REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP IS:

  • NOT Licensing by the State

  • NOT Just a Job

  • NOT a Dumping Ground

  • NOT “Just” an Alternative to College

  • NOT a Job Placement Program

  • NOT a Source of Cheap Labor


Registered apprenticeship in kansas l.jpg

Registered Apprenticeship in Kansas

KAC - Nine member advisory board

4 Labor – Don Hunt, Kerry Stine, Charley Young, Bill Marsh

4 Business – Judy Ehmke, Clay Kubicek, Corey Peterson, Ed DeSoignie

Secretary of Commerce – David Kerr

Commerce – Registered Apprenticeship Staff

1 program manager – Loretta Shelley

4 program consultants

Bonnie Duden, Susan Symons, Dana Raine, Marla Canfield (ECAAP)

Create new training programs for KAC approval

Monitor compliance and assist existing programs

Promote Registered Apprenticeship to stakeholders


Slide8 l.jpg

REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP IN KANSAS BY THE NUMBERS

In the US, there are 468,000 registered apprentices.

Currently there are 2,000 registered apprentices in Kansas.

850+ new apprentices registered annually

There are 272 program sponsors in the state that administer one or more different occupational training programs.

More than 1,150 employers in Kansas train their workforce through Registered Apprenticeship.


So how does registered apprenticeship work l.jpg

So how does Registered Apprenticeship work?


On the job training l.jpg

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

  • Supervised, structured, paid OJT provided by the registered employer/sponsor:

    • The job is the most basic component

    • Represents 93% of the program

    • Supervised by a skilled journey worker/professional


Related technical instruction l.jpg

RELATED TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Minimum of 144 hrs/year

  • May be provided through community college, correspondence, on-line, distance learning, contract vendors

  • Many large programs have their own state-of-the-art training facilities

  • Employer typically does not pay apprentice wages while attending school, unless during normal working hours


Examples of registered apprenticeship occupations l.jpg

EXAMPLES OF REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP OCCUPATIONS

  • Bricklayer

  • Carpenter

  • Plumber

  • Pipefitter

  • Welder

  • Iron Worker

  • Lineman

  • Electrician

  • Operating Engineer

  • Machinist

  • Tool Maker

  • Cook

  • Auto Mechanic

  • Child Care Specialist

  • Dental Assistant

  • Diesel Mechanic

  • Power Plant Operator

  • Health Support Specialist


Where else could registered apprenticeship work l.jpg

WHERE ELSE COULD REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP WORK?

  • Biotechnology lab assistant

  • Information technology

  • Correctional officer

  • Social/family services worker

  • Drug/alcohol counselor

  • Auto maintenance & repair

  • Dental laboratory technician

  • Surveying technician

  • Legal clerk

  • Hazardous materials removal worker

  • Pharmacy Technician


How do employers benefit l.jpg

HOW DO EMPLOYERS BENEFIT?

  • Create customized employee training to fit employer’s need

  • Allows an employer to effectively train and promote new or incumbent workers

  • Captures expertise of experienced employees who pass knowledge on to apprentices

  • Train employees at a progressively increasing wage based upon performance

  • Employers report less turnover resulting in greater retention


A partnership that works l.jpg

A Partnership That Works

Employers and industries get a reliable source of skilled labor and flexible training options

Employees get valuable training opportunity and a portable credential without leaving the workforce

Local workforce entities have an avenue to promote training opportunities in key industries

Educational partners can help provide industry training in a way that doesn’t stretch capacity


Apprentice graduates earn as much as 4 year college graduates l.jpg

Apprentice graduates earn as much as 4-year college graduates


Registered apprenticeship l.jpg

REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP

EDUCATING & TRAINING

KANSAS’ WORKFORCE


Contact us l.jpg

Contact Us!

Loretta Shelley

Program Manager

1000 SW Jackson, Suite 100

Topeka, KS 66612

785-296-4299

[email protected]

Bonnie Duden

Program Consultant

150 N. Main, Suite 100

Wichita, KS 67202

316-771-6848

[email protected]

Dana Raine

Program Consultant

1000 SW Jackson, Suite 100

Topeka, KS 66612

785-296-1149 [email protected]

Susan Symons

Program Consultant

205 S. 4th Street, Suite M

Manhattan, KS 66502

785-213-8544

[email protected]

Marla Canfield

Program Consultant (ECAAP)

150 N. Main, Suite 100

Wichita, KS 67202

316-771-6830 [email protected]

John Wilson

Program Consultant

9221 Quivira

Overland Park, KS 66215

913-557-5917

[email protected]

Ronnie Murphy

Program Consultant

1000 SW Jackson, Suite 100

Topeka, KS 66612

785-296-2781 [email protected]


  • Login